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Table 4 Case management and data quality

From: Quality of care for children with acute malnutrition at health center level in Uganda: a cross sectional study in West Nile region during the refugee crisis

Variable Health facility   
HC 1
N = 194
HC 2
N = 137
HC 3a
No data
HC 4
N = 301
HC 5
N = 228
HC 6
N = 134
Total
N = 994
Chi
p-value#
Correct process outcomes
 Diagnosis 30(15.5) 125(91.2) 88(29.2) 95(41.7) 6(4.5) 344(34.6) 0.001
 IMAM treatment 0 0 151(50.0) 28(12.3) 12(9.0) 191(19.2) 0.001
 Evaluation of HIV 158(81.4) 90(65.7) 175(58.1) 208(91.2) 100(74.6) 731(73.5) 0.001
 Counselling of patients 39(20.1) 136(99.3) 172(57.1) 111(48.7) 15(11.2) 473(47.6) 0.001
 Exit outcome assigned 19(9.8) 104(75.9) 31(10.3) 12(5.3) 0 166(16.7) 0.001
Data quality
 Data completeness 0 44(32.1) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 44(4.4) 0.001
 Data consistency 0 120(87.6) 74(25.6) 11(4.8) 1(0.8) 206(20.7) 0.001
  1. Data source: Integrated Nutrition Register
  2. aData not available in the integrated nutrition register
  3. #p-value assessed against a pre-defined target of 80% achievement
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